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Tuesday, December 3rd 2019, 12:05pm

Help with have two kind of group scenes

i have groups of picture with furniture
and the other group without funiture (leer)
how should i manage them
in one xml or not?if not how ? and how link to ex. leer when i'm in furniture mood.
i made this thumb in bottom

i need separate sidebar menu for each.

This post has been edited 1 times, last edit by "Cestmoimahdi" (Dec 3rd 2019, 3:16pm)


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Tuesday, December 3rd 2019, 1:20pm

Hello!
You can easily do this at vrTourSoft. (A month of free use).
1. go to the menu editor
2. create two menu items for your panorama groups
3. assign as action "Show group of panos" and select panos from the list




You can watch the video 1m15s - 1m59s
https://youtu.be/RhJd7Qq9fs0


And look example with groups
https://www.vrtoursoft.com/example/parkPalace/ind.htm

more information here
https://www.vrtoursoft.com/editors/menu.html
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Tuesday, December 3rd 2019, 2:32pm

Hi Cestmoimahdi,

My apologies for the answer of 'vrtoursoft'.
Unfortunately he/she is spamming the forum with answers only pointing to sell his 'product'. Which is no answer to your question at all of course.
Hardly helping anybody.

Question: i suppose you are talking about pictures as in panos(?) not flat pictures in a gallery or so..
I'll quickly prepare a bare bone example for you, so you can have a look how it can work.
Expect it later today or tomorrow in this post.

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in one xml or not?

That is up to you. I split my code most often in different xml files.. just to keep things organised .. and less scrolling etc..

Tuur *thumbsup*

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Tuesday, December 3rd 2019, 3:05pm

Hi, Tuur!

I think you are also distributing your software.

Seriously , the question was how to create a menu and divide panoramas, or flat pictures into groups. (Read carefully.)

I proposed a very simple (and only solution for today) which:
1. Suitable for all users, not a single person.
2. does not require time for mastering programming
3. It requires very little time for implementation.
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Tuesday, December 3rd 2019, 3:53pm

Hi Cestmoimahdi,

i made a quick, dirty and simple example for you.
you can download the xml files here:

example.zip

online: https://www.virtualtuur.com/krpano/120/examples/scene_group/
I tried to keep it 'simple'.
6 scenes. 3x clean 3x furniture.
2 hotspots per scene.
When in clean mode you load clean version of next scene, and when in furniture mode the you load furniture version of new scene.
Clean is blue, furniture is red.

Is this sort of what you mean?
For the side bar (not sure what you mean exactly you can do sort of the same idea of course.

Hope it helps!
Tuur *thumbsup*



@vrtoursoft

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I think you are also distributing your software.

But not all the time in posts to help people, then i try to help as they ask for...

Quoted

the question was how to create a menu and divide panoramas, or flat pictures into groups. (Read carefully.)

I think YOU need to read more carefully.

Quoted

I proposed a very simple (and only solution for today) which:

But you didn't help.

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Tuesday, December 3rd 2019, 3:55pm

That is up to you. I split my code most often in different xml files.. just to keep things organised .. and less scrolling etc..

thanks Tuur,
i used to split them in different xml files too
but how group them separately like when i'm in group leer i have sidemenu 1 and when i'm in furniture group sidemenu 2 or sidemenu 1 with link of = furniture scenes
i use so many ways but not answer such as :

Source code

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<scene name="scenef1" ... cat="furniture"> .... </scene><scene name="scenef2" ... cat="furniture"> .... </scene>

and in other xml:

Source code

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<scene name="scenel1" ... cat="leer"> .... </scene><scene name="scenel2" ... cat="leer"> .... </scene>

and call actions
or these that i make another thread for it.
but *question*

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Tuesday, December 3rd 2019, 6:41pm

Hi,

Side menu is too specific.
Better go for you question to the plugin specific thread here:
https://krpano.com/forum/be/index.php?pa…d&threadID=9573

Otherwise, specify sidemenu

Tuur *thumbsup*

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Wednesday, December 4th 2019, 3:07pm

I proposed a very simple (and only solution for today) which:

The example has grouped scenes http://novosibpano.ru/VT/menu3/

This post has been edited 1 times, last edit by "San7" (Dec 4th 2019, 4:38pm)


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Wednesday, December 4th 2019, 10:12pm

Good work.
Why you reduce my text?
I write:
I proposed a very simple (and only solution for today) which:
1. Suitable for all users, not a single person.
2. does not require time for mastering programming
3. It requires very little time for implementation.
vrTourSoft - standalone WYSIWYG editor and development environment for krpano
https://www.vrtoursoft.com/

This post has been edited 1 times, last edit by "vrTourSoft" (Dec 4th 2019, 10:51pm)